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TELE STNT :
Of the City of Caarwltoem, aad of the
PARISH O FENRSON.
SEvery Wednesday and Saitrday,.
In theOlty of Carrollton,Partih of Jeferson,L5.,
my t. O. DAVIS.
OIaer tiblin, betweean Second and Barth srtr.
Terma of the Newspmper :
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per square of TEN LINES OR LESS, for the first
.and y cents for each subsequent insertion.
Allilommnhlcations on personal matters, if admit
ted, Wllia be subject to DOUBLE the above rates,
.and must invariably, be paid forin dvance of
Advertisements inserted by the mouth or for a
S.iogerperlod, will) charged according to the
rates: one square, of ten lines, (or less) one
month, $4; two months, $6; and for
usentbs t 6 ntbsl 3smeuths:
ilsque...... $ 8 00......$10 00.......$12 00
$Ssures...... 1 00....,. 16 00...1.. 8 00
8 do ...... 1800.... . t000...... 9200
6 do ...... 0 000...... 24 00..:... 2i 00
d "do ..... .2900...... 2800...... 3100
4 do .. . 2 00..... . 80,00...... 86 00
. do ...... 80 800...... 3 0...... 400
'S 'do . 8200. , 4000. :s
8 do ......... 40 00..... 0 ...... .
10 do . 458'O 0...... '00........ ,o
11 do ......6000... 68 0h..0 60 00 -
19 do ...... 60o0.......eo o0,e.;. 65,0
Wor StateOfoes,.............. .... $10 00
obr P inh Ofies,. . ...... ...... 8 00
tro dnor City O lces . ......-....... 00
. i FYt.' OF CARAOLLTON :
Sa~urday, September 29, 1860.
. FP' We are authorized to announoe
A. 8. FEIRTH,
as a candidate for the Office of Mayor
of the City o rrollton, it the diection
tore held o nday next, Otober
P We are o~rized to.ann ice
J. H. 0 D G
as a candidate fo e Office yor
of the City of Carrd ton, at the election
to-be held on Monday next, October
On and after Monday, the 10t. inist.,
Canal Avenue will be closed to0&ll h.eavy
E See Fire Company notice in
another column to-day.
97 A regular monthly meeooting of
the Police Jury, Left Bank, this Parish,
will take place at their Hall in the
Court House, at 11 o'clock, A. M., on
Monday next, Oct'ober 1, 1860.
D[t The D)irectors of the'T3all and
Concert to be given this evening at the
"Walhalla," will please accept our
acknowledgments for P. complimentary
invitation to be present on the occasion;
we shall endeavor to enjoy the favor.
ims The Concert and Ba.ll announced
to tako place to-night at the Walhalla
Garden in this city, will, no doubt, be
numerously attended by those who
were present on previous occasions,
and it is expected the amusements and
enjoyments will surpass all yet given
by the "Union." Those who desire
amusenment should not fail to secure a
ticket of admission in time, as there is
only a limited number on hand-and
none will be for sale at the door.
TIlE EIECTION ON 1DIONDAY.
In the last issue of our paper, we
stated that an election was to take
place in this corlporation on Monday
next, for a Mayor and four Councilmen,
asking who were to be the candiidates,
and initimating that the oflico was not
desirable, lbecause in no way lucrative.
Since that issue, however, the follow
ing lnailes have been lo iutli:o us by a
responsible partyv,vho vouches for
their service in a faitlihfl nmanner, if
chosen by the manijority of the legal
votes cast on Monday next.
1ior lly elr.-A. S. Flerth.
.For (;,uncilen--t'harlel s Englcmann:
George Il1,rrle ; Peter Stoulig and C. F.
As the Mayor and two of the Council
inwii are now in the service of tihe city
in the capa, ity for which they are again
named, ii would ie superfluous in us to
eulogize their superior qualiitications to
serve in lheir present cnpacities, as the
people have ample data upon which to
base their opinaios of their fitness for
the honorable positions which their
friends again desire them to accept.
The two latter names on the ticket.
Messrs. Stnulig and. Zeller, are old resit
inat ts of this corporation-well known
to the commnimAy-conversant with the
interests and wants of its citizens, and
blessed with that honesty and firmness
of purpose so necessary in all munici
We cheerfully commend the above
ticket to the support of our, citizens
on Monday next at the polls; feeling
ully satisfied that no voter can urge a
reasonable objection to awarding to it
his full confidence and sanction on that
I~J We must invite the attention of
the proper authorities to our City Pump
once more; it has been removed from
its location some time back-and the
delay in its return conitinues to cause
considerable inconvenience to many of
our citizens, who are under the neces
sity f.procuring water from that source
or from the ri*er Mississippi, for num
erous purposes, so soon as the ,cisterns
and wells on their premises fail of
affording the required supply. It is
to be hoped tl~a pump maker will have
pity upon the uiffering portion of the
community, and place one in its proper
position with the least delay possible
one which will serve the purpose for
which it was intended; and thereby
entitle himself to the thanks of the
public, and more especially of all those
citizens who,possess the advantages
and conveniences of its daily use
when in working order. When will
our appeal be noticed?
In our paper of, to-day we publish
other magnificent theme of the
elaware State. LotterryClass No. 520
for 1860, to be drawn in Wilmington,
Delaware, on the.3lst day of October,
860, under the stperintendence of
orn Commissioners appointed by the
We dee'it it necessary oily, to invite
the attention of all those parties who
continually invest in the Cuban. Lottery
to the superiority of the Scheme; with
thee posi, iv'Osurance that it is equally,
a safe investment with the Havana,
being fully.guainteed,.and the faith
of the State eof elaware pledged for
the payment of all prizes drawn.
The Lottery is under the direction of
those able and popular Managers,
Messrs. Wood, Eddy & Co.
IV" See splendid Scheme in another
column of paper.
Promiscuous Political New4-Items.
Cleveland, Sept., 22d-The Douglas
men here express themselves highly
gratified with the demonstration. Mr.
Douglas spoke to a large crowd to-day.
The attendance from the country, espe
cially, was' large, and the enthusiasm
great. Mr. Douglas remains here till
Monday, and goes next to Tiffin.
Harrisburg Sept., 22-The Douglas
State Executive Committea publish a
card, stating that as much has already
been published on the subject of alleged
propositions for fusion in Pennsyl
vania, the public are informed that the
question of fusion has at no time been
entertained by that Committee.
(ov.Johlnson at Pittsburg--Pittsburg,
Sept., 22-Gov. Johnson arrived yester
day noon, and was escorted to the St.
Charles Hotel by the Democratic Com
mittee. At his recep:tion he was called
upon by a large number of citizens, and
in the evening an immense numnber of
the Democracy assembled in front of
the HIotel, when hlie appeared on the
On being introduced to the audnience
by Judge Shannon, he delivered a
speech of an hour's length in favor of
non-intervention, whiclhi elicited most
enthusiastic applause. Several other
speakers fellowed. Governor Johnson
leaves to-night in the 12 o'clock train
for the WYest.
Mlissouri-'rThe l)emocracy of this
State, favorable to llreckinridge, have
held a State Convention and drawn the
party lines distinctly between them
selves and the friends of Judge Doug
las. The Missouri papers speak of the
result being as followi:
The followers of D)ouglas can givn
Missouri to Breckinridge or Bell-thecy
cannot carry it for their favoritt.
Their policy is to give it to anllV canldi
datre rather than to lIreckinzride. \With
his, triumph in this Statethey are etl'e
tually crushed out. The spleech of the
Governor elect shows plainly how the
current of Demnocratic feelili r un-.
ning. This speech is astw
It is, however, fair'%b
D)ouglas. men and their jo .
buoyed tip witlh gh hopes.p
L'u;siaa.tz e Campt~
a consdelrabn exciteenet 'h
up in its neighborhood on the subject of
politics. Both Douglas and Bell clubs
have been formed and4-the people are
constantly discussing the issues of the
99" The New Hampshire Patriot
gives the following illustration of
The Hartford Times, Connecticut, is
out for Breckinridge and Lane. The
editor is brother of the postmaster.
The New Haven Register is out fos
Rreckinridge and Lane. The editor is
collector of the port.
The Boston Post is for Breckinridge
and Lane. The editor is navy agent
$4000 per annum.
The River at Al.eandria--Old Red,
just now, apps : to boa hard road to
travel." The, aonstitutional of Satur
day says: : P -'
The river atthls a. still gradua4
ly rising. , the
Nelson anda at o
that have i
our wharf m
arrive at the
Steamer e3tAz S
tional also has the an
Wehave been informe.
steamer Texas had sunk a s
tance below here, in twenty feet'
No lives lost, and we believe no in
The wea r a andria continuedi
dry with ' d mornings.
Corn P tisesa-The
will b le.
on a 'former
They have made
enough for bread, ibu
stock. Still there mu
tress -among the . pqgr.
ous planters who have se
distributed among the. des
ceive the blessing of m
hearts. To them, the re
they have alleviated the want
will be better than hoarded
Red River-On the 19th
opposite Shreveport after risil
eight feet cope to a stand still.
Theatric it--Mr. J. S. Charles
leased the Shreveport Gaiety for the'
winter season, and was to leave in a
few days for this city for the purpose
of completing his company. The
theatre will be opened early in Nov
No Small Potato !-Weo saw last
Thursday morning at Graugnard's store
(says the Point CoupeC Democrat) the
largest sweet potato that perhaps was
ever raised. It was dug up from Mr.
Etienne Major's patch the evening pre
vious ; weighed nine pounds and nimeas
ured two feet in circumference.
Can any of our planters in the parish
or state beat the "monster ?'
Grenada-Prom the Rural Gentle
man, Grenada, Miss., we take the fol
There was quite a change in the
atmosphere on Thursday morning. Fire
and winter clothing were in dcnand.
IThe mast of this region of country,
we are informed, is very good aud
contributes largely to supply deficiency
in the grains.
The cotton factory at this place
seems to be exciting a proper interest.
Our people are gettiug thoroughly
aroused on the subject-so we are in
SAttlem ,to.ERucpe from the Pe it/,n
tiatry--'Wo ~,4 . from the Jackson
News that a a'n to escape from tihe
l'Penitentiary at that place was discov
ered Friday night last week. It was
suppressed with loss of life and the
wounding of several prisoners.
By some means tihe keepcr was ap
prised of the proposed attempt, and
was prepared to meet it. At the firse
putbreak, the guard fired upon tholm,,
killing two or three of the ringlenders
instanitly, and wounding others. These
are all thIe particulars we have beenll
able to gather.
HIcalth of IUiskburg-Vicksburg is
now sutlering with niotg sian orgy&
sickines. ''Thle Whig savi :'
T'lihe city hospital is now full. ick;1
persons are retu`'d admittance every 1
day, it being impossible to ahnit iny
until somen. are discharged.
D)ischar-',ied-1)r. '. .T. Mann. says
thel Matic iln ,Iloa,rnal, who was arre.t
Scd ,:u .':N, ic··i. 'i" 'f ,: . i;l:= 'it· t'- t.:the
buildings owned by Dr. LeRiemondie,a
in Brookhaven, which were cons
last week, was brought before
Bilbo, examined and dischargO
Intelligencer, of the 22d inst., ab the
Anti slavery Boyd, the notorious man
who has his ambrotype rooms crowded
with negroes on Sundays and nights,
received, last Tuesday evening, in this
place, a genteel thrashing with a cow
hide, from our yonng friend H., who
deserves all credit for this noble act of
THE TE OF GEN. WALKE I
Spy the following from
ayetie of yesterday:
I.3V4he oIte y
qur a q
oTeiters met on the
hitia, in cdmpliance
or of the Navy Do
d amine -candidates for
s of the Examining Board
ortsmouth, N. H., on
e 17th. .They commence
once ea the Franklin.
re opposed to steam
ers are equally fa
Mr. Delano, from New
Fast Aing over the Ocean-One of
the passengers by the last outward trip
of the Adriatic writes thus from Cowes,
the morning of September 4th :
VWe arrived at our anchorange off
Cowes at 8 A. 0i., having been detain
ed 6 hours off the Needles waiting for a
pilot. We stopped the engines off the
Needles at 1 : 83)) Inidnuihtof the 3d,
making the run to that placein 9 durs
7 hours from the wharf, the q~uick.st
time this season.
The run from New York to Scilly Is
land was made in 8 days, 8 hours and
The Adriatic had already, on the
20th, 160 passengers engaged for her
trip out from New York October 6,
while all the steamers bound west have
applications for passage far beyond
Cool Weather in S'outern CGeorgina.
The C'olumbus (Ga.) IEnquirer, of the
22d, says :
An steady broezo for some hours from
tie north brought upon us the chilly
breath of tlhat region on Thursday
night. Fires and heavy coarts were
quite comnfo rtablle yesterday morning,
and tie iwhole day was tie coolest weo
have had since spring. WVe would not
he surprised to hear of frost this morn
ing a few degrees north of us.
Our Alabama exchanges of the same
regCionl also speakn of cold weatLher and
Qucstionable.-Tlhe editor of the
Neuwhrt (R. I.) n, s complainas that
the Quack Medicino Hlouse of Church m.
DIeponh f New York, have faiilcd to
moet'thr engogeimtls with him.
Wh~e not only do nAt meoet their pro
mlisc6, pt alhiw thdfir pnrpf to be d4
honered-and tlhrs at( n to bring a libel
suit ngai1st toe editor who cxposes
their b)usiness dclinqucnoes.-Pas
C'onstrmceiun of lort JeJfbr.r.na
Flori/a--It is -tatt d fronm Washixgton
tlat (tpt. Meigs, U.S. A.. has been
ska to Gaudexlei 7e Ga., to sup
aofini~tu ouate1;uEion ,tf Fort
.To ersn. * that. h,· -,ill ,:nt,,r upon
)1I ~i;.nu·il~b l,~t
ran nstmental and NVqqal
ONCERT AND BALL.
To be given at the t.sib'alla,
SATURDAY, SEPT. 39T11i, 1800.
Commencing at 8 P.M
C1,MMITT3E OF ARRANGEMENTS:
V. leiunck, I F. Rathert,
Get. Boese, F. 0. Zeller
Jacob Endel I Chas. FlShr.
Tickets of Admission............$1 50 each;
to be obtained of the Committee of Arrangement,
or of either of the members of the "Union." No
Tickets will be sold at the door; on the evening of .
the performance. Sept.22-3t
School for Dra ' wd Painting.
THE UNDERSIGNED' ewould most respect
I fully inform the citizens of Carrollton and the
public generally, that he will On, 1MIONDAY the
17th instant, form a Class in the above branches,
at the Jefferson School-Room, on Jefferson street,
city of Carrollton. Those desirous of attending
will please be present at half-past 3 P. M.; cn
r-' The regular days for attendance will be, on
TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS at half-past 3 o'clock,
PI. 3M.; and SATURDAYS at 9 o'clock, A. M.
RATES OF TUITION:
For each, six lessons.................$1 00.
septl5-3t JULIUS GLANZ, Teac"er.
FIRE COMPANY NOTICE.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of Fire
Co. No. One of this City for the
Election of their Officers. will be held
at. the Engine Hlouse on Monday next,
at half-past 7 o'clock, P. M.
ri Punctual attendance is requested,
sept29-1t F. KERN, Secretary.
Carrollton Fire Company,
f-HE regular monthly meeting of this 'Company
. takes place on the first SATURDAY of each
"month, at their Engine House on Dbiblin street,
between IIampsoi and First, at half-past 7 o'clock
Pre.si*nt-S. Herner, Foreman--F. Flachet,
SecretaryI'. Kern, 1st. Ass't-M. Kuntz,
_Treasure'r-P. Stoulig, 2d. Ass't--H. W. Boese,
Star Hook and Ladder Company.
-lIE regular monthly meeting of STAR IIOOK
No. ONE, of the City of Carroll
ton, takes place on the first SAT
bRDAY of every month, at the
.~Tsek 1nouse, on Madison street, between Ihamp
.rn and First streets.
* bours fr calling the meeting to order, are
".R6f~9wg: Froni the irst monday in October to
hthbyastln March, at 7 o'clock P. M.; and from the
tr eting in April to the last in September, at
A7o'clock P. M.
a.anal meeting takes place on the Third
Prcaidett-e , Commagare j Foreman- G. Herrle,
V. Pr es iP. Souliar, S lstAss't--P.C.Perret,Jr
Secretary-J. J. Herrie t2d Ass't-J. Kerner,
Treasurer-Max Lintinger S Stewrard-J. I. Reis.
.'Punctual attendance of all the members are
particularly requested. netl-ly
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
PARISH OF JEFFERSON--Third Judicial Dis
Succession of Anna Mary Itozan deceased, wife'
of Demais G;nllagher.
W HEREAS, Dennis tGlliagher has petitioitd-..
V the Court for Iett,.rs of Administration o,'
the estate of Anna Mary lzan his wife, deceased,
Notice is hereby given, to all persons interesfedu
to show cause, s ithin tuen days, why the prayer ot
sold petitiouer shoulld not he granted.
.$y order uof the Court,
septr15 ElBUISSON: Clerk. i
-." ITAT DE LA LCJ?.SAANE,
PAtRo1adpag JEFFERSON-C OSi l 0s 87T1roiaime
A District Judiciaire.
Successo!eb i Anne Mrice Bozan d6ctd6 epouso
de Denis Gallagher.
ATTENDU, que Dennis (Gallagher a prtsentd
A la ICour une p6tition t l'effect d'obtenir des
,lettres d'admiemstration t la succession de Anne
Marie Bozan son epouse d6c6dt Intestat:
Avis est par le pr6sent donnu & tout ceux quo
cela pent concerner d'avoir a d6duire, dlins dix
jours, les raisons pour lesquelles it ne serait pas
fAit droit ii la dito petition.
ai~r ordre de la Cour.
E. BUISSON, (Creflier.
STATE OF LOUISIANA:
Parisk of Jefferson.
Third Judicial District Cosurt of La.
Succession of Hleinrich Detterman, deciascld.
v)Y 'irtue of an order of sale. to me directed by
e the lonorable the Third .Judicial District Cu(llrt
of Louisiana, I will proceed to sell at public nilc
tion, at the corner of Canal Avenue anld iiHumpsou
streets, in the City of Carrollton, on SATU'ItDAY
the lith clay of (Octotler, 1860, at the honr of 12
o'clock M., the followng described property, to
TWO LOTS OF CIROUND, situated in thecity
of ('arrollton, in the 'Parish if Jefferson, in this
State, in square 65 B., as ,per plan by Moelhbausen,
suirveyer of date August i5, 15I3 and depositdil in
the office of G. R. Stringer, late Notary in New
Orleans; said Lots are designated by the Niumbers
Nini and Ten, and measure i-aech thirty feet front
",n i.'lin street by one lhundred sand seventieen
feet and two inches in dlepth, between p:irall·l
lines. LotNo.ten, forms the corner of IDullin aind
Sixth streets, together with all the buihliigs and
'l',rms of sale-CAiII ON TIIE SPOT.
scllt.3 J. 1l. KAIMPER, Administrator.
1T 4rA committed to tle Parish I'r.isn
VV of the Parish of Jtfferson, on the
25th daty if Se'tuembubr, I;;0, J. C) It N, an
diark miltto, 5 feet 61 inclis high; says
hli hel ,gs to tMadanme I)rozin of the PaIr
islh if it. John laptist.
The owuar is rcquestt d to come forward, prove
pro nlerty, pay charges and take him awaynv.
GUY I)DItUX, Shiriff
sept12: of the Parish of .JIttiferson.
W1TAS cimmittied o o til, 'Iarislh l'risot__
- of the Parish of Jdttursot.l on the Ilth
of Sept., 1840, ilti, boy P'llElTI, :a black, 5
f-ut. 7 inches high ; says he b-longs to MIn.
l iiket. of New (hrl.ns
Th'e own,-r is r:quittstcdl to Comlle forwardl, prove
lprol rty, lay ciharg,, naud tak,, hil ailn .
GUY Iblt-I'X. Shliriff
ApiS of the I'Parish of Jefferson.
"H , ;; com mittte.l t , thl Parish Prison of
Sthe lari.h l of i.Ttffrusoun ir the ]lth of
Aunust I iot, the hboy N A THI A N, a
liiick. 5 fetl 6I inhl.s hii gh; says he belongs
to Mr. Iturts ,of Mli-isippi.
'i'hi. iwsner is rt.llu.stiuld ti, come forward prunvo
pro ertvs, pay chargns itnd I:Lk him awa-u .
of the I'arih itf Jlfi ,on.
u s of S. Ma. Read,
ird1 udicial Districi Court-Parish of Jffers ,,. I.,o
iJ" P PERSONS having claimus aginst or
..ebteid to the succession of 8. S. ] 1. will
aRply .. Mott & Fraser, 3.9 'ariulhhlht strIt. (or
_ Mrs.. Road New Shill Rorula, fJn!f-Vai Hun uio-,)
for thl settlement of the same. s'i)tl2
Succeseion de . 1M1. Read,
Triiimrne ('our de District. 'arrise, de .eferso.
T~O'TTE PERSONNEM a-ant dra rteln.
.mations a faire, on qtli doivst'nt a a surccessionl
d.' S. . Rad. Road.nt peribsde a'adr,-ssra Messieurs
, t c Frasr, .30ru eCarnel,,tl. sil a Madanl